Partech Growth, which has recently announced its investment in leading experimental travel marketplace Evaneos, reinforces its team.
The Partech Growth fund reinforces its team with the promotion of Victor Huberson, based in Paris, to Principal, and with the arrival of Henrik Grosse Hokamp as Associate based in Berlin.
Victor Huberson joined Partech in October 2017 after five years in investment banking at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. He has now been promoted to Principal and still focuses on Growth investments. Prior to joining Partech, Victor spent 5 years with Bank of America Merrill Lynch working on IPOs and M&A transactions, first in London covering Oil & Gas and Utilities across Europe and the Middle East and then in Paris, focusing on French clients. Victor holds a MSc. in engineering from Supelec and a master’s degree in management from ESCP Europe.
Bruno Crémel, General Partner of the Partech Growth Fund, says: “Victor’s strong values and his unique M&A and IPO expertise made him the clear choice for us last year when we wanted to grow our team. Since his arrival at Partech, he has been instrumental to our team work and our investments in NA-KD and Evaneos”.
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Henrik Grosse Hokamp joined Partech in 2015 and has been working on Seed and Venture investments. He now focuses on Growth investments and splits his time between Berlin and Paris. Before joining Partech, Henrik worked for High-Tech Gründerfonds in Bonn as well as for Barclays in the M&A department. He graduated from University of St Gallen.
Omri Benayoun, General Partner of the Partech Growth Fund, adds: “We wanted to continue growing our team and to focus more resources on our German investments, which is why we decided to bring Henrik into our team. We highly value his knowledge of the German market and his connections to the German ecosystem.”